How long do felonies stay on your record?

Answer Although many cities and states differ, it is reasonable to say that felonies will stay on a person's record for life or until expunged by petitioning the court where the felony was prosecuted.Sour... Read More »

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How to Get Felonies Taken Off Your Record in Colorado?

In many states, felonies for various crimes are eligible to be removed from your record. In Colorado, however, getting a felony removed is limited to certain specific conditions: 1) all charges w... Read More »

How long will a DUI stay on your record?

Typically, DUIs remain on your record for three to seven years but the length of time that a DUI stays on your driving and criminal record is up to the state where you are cited. For example, DUI o... Read More »

How long does a DUI stay on a DMV record?

Although it varies from state to state, a DUI typically stays on your riving record at the DMV for at least 10 years. States such as Michigan and California keep the 10 year records; however, your ... Read More »

How long does a DUI stay on a record in California?

In the state of California, a DUI remains on a record for seven years as a misdemeanor as long as bodily injury did not occur. If bodily injury occurred, it may be treated as a felony. In addition,... Read More »